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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, BX
VOLUME 2,  NUMBER 254.
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W^hiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Colombia St. Phone 85
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rilriV   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   SATURDAY     MORNING,     NOV'.     2,    1907.
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
COMMISSIONERS ARE
DELAYING MEETING
MANITOBA MAY BE
MADE MUCH BIGGER
SOLUTION OF SOCIAL EVIL QUESTION SIDETRACKED���NC OATF.
SETTLED   UPON.
Representative Meeting Endorses Sent-      t,��� ,,~  ���	
intents Expressed by Many Speakers... ,..:;;;;;
... One Hundred Members Sign the .,:    r,;1:;
Roll���Must Suppress Brown Blight. ,::.: "
 , reform program   since the lncep-
' j lion  Of   the   ;���_::;. Ion.
Tho New  Westminster    brunch of     Shortly after owning to B. C. Mr.      .  reporl  was given oul Bome time
..,,. Ahiutic Exclusion league is now  Kennedy remaked  that  a clergyman   '8�� that    ��� rould take place
,ii assured thing
ai Taursdaj a ma a
g of pitizens, a tnoUon to form
uclt  ii league  wns  unanimouslj   en-
,...,.,! i,;.  the audience, and ��� nthusi-
lcally  carried, amid cheers.     Of-
.,.. elected were! Thomas Turnbull,
resident; and J. D. Taylor, secretary.
Ive other members e.i Uie league will
��� elected at the next meeting to form
i executive of the organization.
Numerically, the meeting was one
the biggest public assemblies held
tin, city teei a long time past,some-
lng like seven hundred people gath-
Ing together tn the Opera house to
' ten .end cheer the various speakers,
though perfectly unaulmous on the
! Blrability of Oriental exclusion, the
setlng wees not overwhelmingly en-
, islastic, owing perhaps to the fact
n none of the speeches were ol a
ture to excite the sentimi nis of 1.1-1
dlence.     All the orators carefully
i iched their views in temperate Ian-
jtlage ln order to refrain from caus-
, any demonstration that might la-
lead to a demonstration.   To the
, idlt of the New Westminster public
ii said, the meeting Waa by far .lie
st orderly yet conducted under the
spices of the Exclusion  league Sa
��� of the coast cities.
���rasumably through ,1 lack of sut-
ent   understanding   among   them-
ves,   the  organizers   .if   lhe   mOV1?-
m neglected having ew resolutions
ised   by  tbe  raeetini  condemning
��� influx ol Orientals Into British
umbia.
V. 11. Keary, mayor tf New West
isler, occupied the position of
Irman, and in a few Irief introdus-
. remarks, explained the momen-
1 object oi tbe meetljg. Be called
n .1. It. Kennedy, MP., T. Qifford,
...\., 11. Cowan, R< v. '.>r. Fraser, A.
Von Rhelm and J, .i.rdine, M.L.A ,
Esquimalt, lei take seals on the
form and address thl mei ting) All
te gentlemen responded with tbe
���ptlon of Mr. Gilford, wh .. al
igh invited tn lal.t pari in the
.ch-making, did nol .mi in an ap-
ance at the uioetii-g.
. Cowan, who waa at his own roll put on as a curtain raiser, d'-
���ei tine objects of an Exclusion
,ne  such   as   it   was    proposed   to
I iii inks city.   After deploring tho
II nf   the   Vancouver     riots.   und
.in.; upon various qui stums deal-
with the alarming Influx of Jap-
ie Into  tlii.s  country,  fttr.  Cowan
1   way for Rev.  In.  Fraser, who
essed himself iis being thorough-
n sympathy   with   ibe  Bxclualon
ue, and gave details uf the work
h ll expected 10 accomjpl_k__h.
I!  Kennedy, MP., was next call-
n  ami upon stepping before the
||ence,  was received   wii.ii  oheeri,
onslderod thai hs was able to de-
the complex question of Asiatic
gratlon Intelligently, owing t<i the
tbal  hi' bad  worked    with and
'iiiii against Chinese years ago as
niiiiary workman, and    in later
ii 1.1 been an employer of labor,
is such could express as opinion
ihe merits of the different Glass-
working men.   Commenting up-
.' labor situation In this province   was
years ago, Mr. Kennedy remark-
a 1, considering the (lass of white
men which  was floating around
'iiinlry at tli.al  linie,  il  was not
.King of large employers of labor
L     hailed  (he Influx of Chinamen,
1 relieved tho situation   nnd en-
them to husband the resources
I country. At that time a large
1 itage of tbe white workmen ab-
; ly refused to work except wVn
who had  been   visiting on tbe coast Wednesd <f,  and  when Wednes-
tor a few months returned cast and   ' " meeting had ��� ,
commenced a series of letters in the i
Montreal Witness, in which he justified and defended the Chinese immigration. Mr. Kennedy took issue with
him, and umler the non-de-plume of
"Canuck" debated the question for a
considerable time. The sentiments
1 which he then expressed he- still ad-
fa r id to, namely, lhat this country
coal.I get along very well without Chili, se, Japanese or Hindus. (Cheers.)
After further commenting on the
question, Mr. Kennedy referred to the
fact that he had voiced the sentiments
ol the British Columbia people fn tii"
House of Commons when the japan
tee of the council; and T. S. Anoan-
eiale.
JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER
CORNERS LABOR MARKET
"       ned oa Ing to the inability of
e or more ol the commissioners to
"' Qd at that time,   li now develops
'������ -   - ���  bi   :e Issued   'dr
������ '������'     '���������   '> ���������������-��� to tin small amouni
levolving 1 n the commission-
I C   mi .���lings     are   held.
���      thi   oci a ion   arises  in   whirii
iling oJ    h    ful] board is requir-
I. thi     ecretary,  W. A. Duncan, Is
!r '��� : Jn   ch ilrman  of    th-3
1 rd, Mayoi  Keary, to issue ihe C-a.l
<������!.��� membi rs.     it  i>  now
'. two   weeks  -ince the agitation
1 ed In ��� ,.: ssing of a resolution by the city council recommend-
os. treaty was being discussed. In i:i" l!,:!' the i"'1'" ���'<' Instructed to
support of t.iis, he real an extract remove the houses of ill-fame, and aa
from Hansard, the official publication v": " h;ls no( been considered neces-
Issued by the House, in which his re s'"'y to take acti0D in the matter, or
marks were reported at length. (';'" a   meeting  fur the discussion  of
After quoting fron. Hansard, Mr, :!l*' MW**- Al] of which adds fuel
Kennedy referred to the fact that the :'' Ald" !';,::'"' fears that perhaps
Dominion government had sent the hls labora have been j�� ���":-
Hon. Budolphe Lemieux to Japan,and lh*' members ��* the commission are
be was heartily In sympathy with this i^01 Kt':'r-V- chairman; Aid. Oar-
movement, which he hoped would re-  ' man of tne P��lice commit-
s'lis in the happy solution of the problem.
Throughout the whole of his speech
Mr. Kennedy studiously avoided anything of a political nature, dealing
wiih the question from an entirely
unbiassed -_tand_.iol.ui.
Called tei the front by the mayoi.
.1. l). Taylor hastily assure'1 ibe' multitude thai ii was not hie Intention ti
make a lengthy speech. 1 Sighs of relief from audience.) Plunging al onoa
Into the question, Mr. Taylor attacked the previous Bpeaker, Mr. Kennedy,
finding fauli with lhe opening mii-
tence of liis speech in parliament,
Had he. tho orator, been In Mr. K 11-
nedy's place, the House would have
gone on record as being divided em
the Japanese treaty, because he
would moat certainly have voted
agaliiBt it. The Dominion government
was iei blame ��� (Al ihis stage a
number of listeners deemed it their
duty to remind the aspirant for a Beal
at Ottawa thai he was nol addressiny
a political meeting, but it made Uttle
difference, Mr. Taylor continuing in
the same BtralQ for some time..')
He contended that tbe government
would commit no breach of faith if .t
gave the necessary six months' notlee
of abrogation of the treaty with Japan. Inasmuch as thc other party had
faileel to live up te the agreements
embodied in the said treaty. Tbe dm':'
was open to the Japanese, to become
voters In this country, and ovex WOO
Of them luid already become naturalize! in oilier to secure tisiiing be nses
on the Eraser river. Ai ihri Btage
Mr, Taylor again found ii necessarj
in Inform bis hearers thai he was nol
talking politics.
After a further dissertation upon
the wickedness of tbe Liberals, Mr.
Taylor accepted a seat in full view of
1 iu. audience, and pose d as the coming
hero for 1 iu.-* remainder of the eve
ning,
J.   .lardine,   M.L.A,   for    Esquimau.
tlu* nexi speaker.   Without the
Slightest consideration tor Mr, Taylor's political leanings and feeling-,
which are supposed to be strongly
Conservative, Ive accused the Conservative governmenl of being responsible for the Aral Introduction of Chinese into the Dominion, they having
been brought here to build the C. P.
H. under the Macdonald administration,
Commented   the speaker:   "The   to-
PROPOSITION TO EXTEND BOUNDARIES OF POSTAGE STAMP
PROVINCE AGAIN  IN Ll lYiELIGHT
Winnipeg, Nov. 1.���S. .1. Jacks m, M.
P. for Selkirk, has made the following
announcement on the extension of
Manitoba boundaries: "It has been
practically arranged that Manitoba's
territory shall be extended nortii
along the frontier of Saskatchewan
to the 60th parallel and across to tbe
Hudson bay; and southward to include
Fort Churchill and tlie Churchill river. Ifork factory and the X lson river
eeml land as far down as .lames hay,
whence a waterway will be follow U
10 a point about 100 mill s 1 ast of Kenora, leaving a substantial area o;i
the eastern side of Keewatin to be an-
nexed to Ontario.
"Manitoba will gain some 200,000
square miles or more and be of a larger total area than Saskatchewan. I
expect that the bill, giving effect to
ibis arrangement will be Introduced
early in the coming session of the
House of Commons."
E OF DELTA HAS
CROSSED THE DIVIDE
W. H. Ladner, Probably Best Known
Pioneer of British Columbia, Died
at Ladner, Yesterday Morning after
a Short Illness.
The Harohl Jarvis concert given
last evening in the Queen's Avenue
Methodist church under the auspices
of Columbian college, was a complete
success. The edifice was nearly filled, and the encores that greeted the
different features testified to the uniform appreciation of the numbers by
the audience. Mr. Jarvis was in
splendid form in his several soTffj, and
his rendition of "The Holy City," by
special request, drew forth unqualified
applause. Madame Anna Watson also
sang splendidly, and Miss EdTTh Be'l-
amy, elocutionist, was listened to
with much interest. The participants
were Introduced by Rev. Principal Sipprell, of Columbian college.
New York. Nov. 1.���.John P. __ockt-
feller has cornered the lauor market
in the neighborhood of Tarrytown,
Contractors and others needing workmen and teams cannot obtain then
All such are employed by Mr. Rock"-
feller, and as hi- pays better wages
ami works his men shorter hours than
the irdinary contractor, he holds the
lal ' rer.
Mr. Rockefeller is building his new
bome on Pooantioo hill, and advantage
of the tine weather is being taken
to lay oul drives and do grading.
Iri a ry laborer who conies along is put
to work.
OLD SOCCOR STARS
DOWNED YOUNGSTERS
TEAMSlEfiS STRIKE.
Ask for Better Facilities Before Returning   to   Work.
Edmonton, Nov. 1-���Twenty teamsters employed iu hauling coal for tho
Standard Coal company, struck work
yesterday, They had been receiving
jl per t.ui and were cut down to 90c.
per ton, and as a consequence struck
work, li is expected that they will lie
back at work today. The contract
for hauling coal has leocn let 10 a local linn Of team owners.
The men will go back to work a:
90c. per ton on the condition that
some WOO be spent by the compan} i.e
Improvements to the mine and roads
so as to facilitate Ihe hauling of the
coal.
Tho veterans, otherwise known In
local football circles as the Past El-
eve*, are still cock sure of the roost
around the Royal Burg if the results
of Thursday's game is to be taken ss
a criterion. The Has-beens won by a ���
svore of two goals to oue against the
present eleven, made up of the members of the regular Xew Westminster
te.mi In the coast league. The gam.'
was fast at times, and the fairly large
audience was occasionally electrified
by rushes aud kicks that were uot to
be sneezed at. The younger team
played excellent ball and held their
older and more experienced opponents fairly in check, as is shown by
the score. The old timers had a bi^
advantage in weight, and secured two
goals before the youngsters had their
defence really in working order, but
the youths, after much hard play,
landed once between the stakes, but
could not tie the score. The match
afforded much interest for the large
number of  jveoplo  present.
A good lively match was played,
commencing at 10 o'clock, between
the N'ew Westminstei' juulors and the
Shamrock juniors, of Vancouver. The
Vancouver youths were In much better form than the locnls, and rolled
up lhe decisive score of tive goals to
nil.    Quite n number of enthusiasts
turned out to see the game.
The death of William H. Laduer, a conipanied by five others, Mr. Ladner
pioneer of pioneers, and one of the went up the Fraser river in small
most widely known and respected boats, arriving at Fort Langley on the
citizens of the lower mainland, oc- lasi day ef May. A few days later he
curred at his turn.' in Ladner yester- stixid on the bank where the village
day morning. Although in Ms s 1st of Hope is now located, and witnessed
year. Mr. Ladner exhibited marvelous tiie arrival at that place of the first
vigor and was always able to get steamer that ever navigated the Fra-
about ,and oversee his business until ser river���the American steamer Sur-
a few days ago, when he was taken ! prise. He was appointed customs
to bed on account of stomach trouble, agent and government officer at Hope,
which had been gradually growing on , and remained there till the following
blm. An operation was performed by spring, when he pushed on to the Big
the family physician, but the extreme Bend country, in which district he
age of the patient made him suscepti- 'operated a pack train for seven years,
ble to the weakening Influence of the with poor success. He arrived at the
surgical ordeal, and he passed away , Wild and unsettled district now known
yesterday morning, surrounded by sev- as Delta, in 1S68, and pre-empted 160
eral members of his family. ' acres of land,  near the  bend  in Tne
The news of the death caused a river, which has sinc�� borne the name
shock to the many acquaintances of of Ladner's Landing, and, later, simp-
the  deceased  in this city,  especially ly Ladner.
as the aged gentleman was in town Mr. Ladner purchased more lan 1 as
a week ago Wednesday to meet the the district became settled, and con-
Hon. J. H. Turner, an old friend, then vered the whole tract into one of the
on his w,ay back to London, ana seem- best farms that can be found in the
ed to be enjoying good health. H-1 province, He was always successful
talked jovially to his friends at the : in a business w,ay and is said to have
city hall, court house and other ! left a large competence,
places, and seemed to experience no I The late Mr. Ladner has for the
difficulty in getting about as briskly J last thirty years been prominently
as ea man thirty years his junior. | identified with  politics, being a Con-
Tile arrangements for the funeral j servative, and for four years, from
have not yet been made. 11886 to 1890, represented this district
The late William Henry Ladner was I in the Provincial legislature.   He was
born in Cornwall, England, in Novem- j reeve   of   Delta   almost   continuously
ber, 1S26, and would have completed   from 1872 till two years ago.
his  81st   year  on  the    28th or    this
month.    His father.  Edward  Ladner,
visited  America in 1847, and settled
in the State of Wisconsin, where ho
conducted a farm until 1851, the year
of his  death.    William   Ladner cam:,'
to  America  In  lMri  but  returned   .0
England immediately after his father'.:
MAN SOLD HIS WIFE.
k ised them, and consequently the I sue Is momentous, Laurier and Mc-
I .vers did not think they wore .to j Urlde must both stand aside, and the
_moil of they employed China- Question must he settled by US, We
i till the gap. ate the people.   This Asiatic imtnlgra-
hls polnl certain Individuals In i Hon is a curse to the country, and has
idlence, evidently thinking that now reached a critical Stage. Per-
, Minedy was voicing his present soually, I Intend to do all I can to put
dnlon, Insteftd of talking about   ti stop 10 this Hinge of things, and   I
I enti  expressed    by employee-*, can assure yon people tbal wc
j I  yean
I , ation   l.i   i
1
Englishman Bought Her for $20, But
She Didn't Stay.
0-1 ace Bay, Nov. l.���A few weeks
ago a young Englishman desired to
marry, and paid court to a married
woman'of Sydney Mines, also from
England, A bargain was made wiih
the woman's husband, who sold his
wife for %'2D, the sum being paid in
Hi,, presence of witnesses.
Tive young man went to Port Hood
with his prize, apparently satisfied
with his purchase, A week ago the
lawful husband ordered his wife to re-
liirn, bringing whatever property of
the other follow (die could get away
with. She obeyed, and now the purchaser of the bride Is seeking legal
redress.
In  1865  Mr.  Ladner  married   Miss
kLary A. Booth, who was a native of
the State of Iowa.    She died in 1879.
and the four children surviving their
marriage are Ida Harriet, Sarah Louise, wife of Judge F. W. Howay; Paul
Edward, and Delta Mary, wife of W.
.1.   Watson,  of  Ladysmith.      In  1880
death.    Coming out to America again j Mr. Ladner married Mrs. McLellan, of
in 1852, Mr. Ladner crossed the Amer- j Clinton, B. C, who still survives him.
ican states to California, where he remained for six years till attracted t,y
the discovery of gold along the Fr.aser
river,  when he joined  the  rush, and
landed at Victoria in May. 1858.    Ac-
The deceased is also survived by
one brother, Thomas E.f- of Ladner,
and two sisters, Mrs. W. J. Armstrong,
of this city, and Mrs. Hugh Phfltips,
of Mineral Point, Wisconsin.
COOLIE COLONIZERS     ATTRACTION COMING
FORCED TO SUSPEND TO ST. ANDREWS CHURCH
FAILURE TO POST $25,000 8ECURI- CHORUS OF FORTY-FIVE VOICES
IY MEANS DISSOLUTION TO1 WILL ASSIST IN GRAND OR-
JAPANESE COMPANIES. CHESTRAL CONCERT.
ne
At  the present time
ago, gnve vent to their your assistance.
���a--.    Mr  Kennedy w   have a retltion signed by owr 800
,i the oMtougbt. netario Kt'4ni%, . ��;��s   the au-
tlinritles to grant us relief from this
unwelcome situation."
A call for speakers from among tbe
audience,   brought   forward  a  gentleman  who stated among othei' things
ilmi he had only been In tho countrv
Continued 0:1 Pagi 1.
The land registry returns for the
month of October just closed, as recorded for the district In the local
registry office, shows that real estate
transfers are still on the Increase,
notwithstanding the numerous reports
that the activity of the realty market
Is at low ebb. The returns show that
$1,918.97 was collected last month us
against $1,880 for the month of OctD-
ber, last year. The fees collected for
the month of September of this year
were $1,862, which affords another
evidence of the steady advancement
of the market.
Victoria. II. C, Nov. 1.���Mati advices from .leapan state that over half
ot the twenty-eight emigration companies which have been dispatching
Japanese across the Pacific have been
suspended by the government on falling to post the recently imposed securities of $25,000.
Others are expected to be compelled
to dissolve in consequence of the revised emigration laws.
Mail advices from Tokyo also tell
of the formation of a large company
to colonize Korea with Japanese emigrants, the scheme being favored b.v
the Japanese government.
LUMINOUS CLOCK
ON EFFEIL TOWER
Paris, Nov. 1.���In addition to being
used as a wireless station, the Effei!
tower Is now equipped as a luminous
clock. The apparatus Is fixed to the
second storey and flashes forth every
minute In huge figures, visible at a
great distance-. Tht system was found
tio he the only practiced one f.r such
n height, AS the ordinary clock dial
���on I   ' e  In M titr.r,; In' le.
A complete account of the negot n-
tions with Art. Burn, the Calgary
runner, who has severely criticized
the It. A. & 1. society through tbs
columns of a Calgary newspaper, will
be written by the secretary of the society and forwarded to one of tlie Calgary newspapers. The action of Mr.
Burn and the nature of his criticism
raised the ire of the local Institution
and, a suit was threatened. However,
eat a sneci.il meeting of the R. A. & I.
society held yesterday afternoon In
Mayor Keary's office, lt was resolved
that the society should flrst temporize
by advancing their version of tTte negotiations. The secretary was Instructed to carry out this part of the
program, All tne members of th��
'oar', of manar'-rs wor" presnnf with
the exception of C, A. Welsh.
An attractive event which will be
much appreciated by these interested
in musical matters, will be the choral
and orchestral concert now In course
of preparation, and to be given in St
Andrew's Presbyterian church on
Tuesday evening, November 19, The
program will include Gounod's cantata "Qellla," for soprano sulo, chorus and orchestra; selection from
D'Vorak's "Stabal Mater' for chorus
and orchestra; two standard overtures for orchestra, and vocal and Instrumental solo numbers.
The soloists will be Miss Ella Walker, soprano; H. J. Davis, baritone;
Jesse T. Ixmgfleld, organ; and J. S.
Cameron, violin.
These popular artists, with a selected chorus of forty-five voices and
an orchestra of fourteen instruments,
should provide an unusually pleasing
evening's entertainment.
John Trachy, the new proprietor of
the Guichon hotel, took formal possession of the premises yesterday morning, and will conduct the business
from now on. Mr. Trachy has decided to take charge of the bar, nnd
made an arrangement with M. Gowan
by which the latter disposed of his
Interest In the new tenant's favor. A.
Hacquoil is looking after the dispensing trade for the time being. Mr.
Hacquoil Is connected with a real estate agenc 1 hi Vancouver, com'ng or-
Ifrinallv frr>;:i Fort William, which city
Is Rlso Mr. Tri-'iyri c\{\ home. mn
"To Make Them Better"
That is the whole "Fashion-Craft" idea in making
clothes���'To make them better."
What was well enough for yesterday is not good
enough to-day. That is all the secret of the immense success of '^Fashion Craft" Tailoring.
Special for this week, fine twill blue
serge 20 oz. to the yard, indigo dyed,
Single and Double Breasted  	
$25
M. L. DeBECK,
Proprietor,  NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Condensed
Advertisements
WANTED���GIRL   FOR  GENERAL
housework.   Small family. Qood
wages.    Apply southwest corner Fifth
avenue ami Fifth street.
ANTED ��� HOUSE   TO   RENT
about  $1S  per   nisath.    \Vrite
C, care Daily News.
1 Voting Contest!
t
���
WANTED���OFFICE  CLERK, Ml'ST
understand shorthand and type
writing.       Apply    Schaake    Machine
Works, Front  street.
A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES ii
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!    ��
I
JAPANESE BOY ATTENDING DAY
school wants work with good family in return for room and board;
wants time for study. Apply Box
543, city.
TIMBER LANDS���WE DEAL Exclusively in timber. Have large
and small tracts on water. If you
wish to buy or sell, see me. E. R.
Chandler, 407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
mwo
J-     ret
!
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���
I bought a pair of "No Name" Shoes;
The Shoeman said to me
"These goods are our own make,madam;
We only charge you"      ....   $3C0
Next day I had to take them back,
They made my feet so sore;
Just full of little threads and tacks-
Cork insoles .24
Then, in another week or so,
I found one evening (rather late)
The counters going down behind;
New ones cost .48
In just three weeks the soles were through.
Which meant a case of fix;
I took them to my dealer-
Charges      - - - - $1.56
The tinkering with my "No Name" Shoes,
As sure as I'm alive,
Has made them cost me more than
So when I buy new shoes again,
(I've thought the matter over),
I get the celebrated make��� '
J.,ancl T. Bell's���for
$5 28
$5.00
$4.00
here' was a Bllghl falling oil 0
trading at the market on Lyttofl
square yesierday, owing, no doubt, to
the Bpecial fowl market which was
held mi Tuesday to accommodate rii"
Thanksgiving Day shoppers. The attendance yesterday, however.was very
good, and trading in some lines was
fairly lively. The supply of meats
was nearly up to the average, and
prices remained the same, almost
without exception, as prevail' d a
week  ago.
Meats.
Prices of beef  were    ihe  same  as
last week's quotations, viz.. from 8 to i
9 (ents for hindquarters, and from 5
to li rents for fronts.   The supply was
an average one.
The supply of    mutton  was Bmall,
emi tb ��� stock was readily cleared out!
al  l- and 13 cents per pound.   Lamb
sold  at  11   and   15  cents   per  poun I,
ilunder a very keen demand.   The sup- i
JI ply was not large.
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��� for  Bmall   carcasses,   which    Brought
FURNISHED     ROOMS    TO j
ent, with fireplace.   Third ave-j
nue, second liouse from Sixth street. !
Write P. O. Hex 171'.
EMEMBER, SIPPRELL DOES
the neatest ami cheapest work 111
the rubber stamp business, also man I
ufacturer of Uncle Bill Oil. John
Sipprell, 116 Second street, New
Westminster.
PRAYED-  BLACK    AND   V\ ill IE
year-old Hi Iter.    Return to John
Arnold, Scot: road, or advise by mad.
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A ballot hox is placed in D. S. Curtis & Co's drug store, where
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W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
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Jeweler
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farming and   fruit  land;   partly
cleared;   l-l   mile    from    Chiiliwack
tram line.    Por particulars write "T"
e. 0. Box 372.
DR.   HATHERLY
optician and doctor of <Iphth
almolgy.    Cures  Nervous  anl
Chronic Headacaes by skillfully prescribed  glasses.    Paiiors on Sixth St.,
Murchie block, Now Westminster.
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Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD  BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL  STUDIO
( under   new   management i
Lionel    Haweis,     Photographer
E.  RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting Goods, Gen.   Repairing
I).   S.  CURTIS  &   CO.
Drugs
A.   J.    BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West   End  Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS   PUB.   CO.
Daily and  Weekly   News
MOREY   &   CO.
Books and  Stationery
O.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate   Confections,     Ice    Cream
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES e
S.   H.   Thompson,  Prep.
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C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
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Larger carcasses sold for from 7 to
8 cents, but the demand was very
slow and only a tew subs were et-
I tected. Dressed perk Bold al 9 cents
ix pound, under a fair demand. 'I'he
supply was aboul equal to tlie demand.
Produce.
There was a noticeable tailing off
in the -apply ol' eggs, which sold at
lasl week's prices of rai cents whole-
SHle. A tew small lots were disposed
ot at a slightly advanced price'. Butter brought 30 and :!."> cents a pound.
The demand was about equal to the
supply.
Good fowls brought about from $6.60 I
to $8 a dozen, while a smaller grade
of chickens sold for from $4..It) to $fi
a   dozen.    Ducks   brought  from  $6.50
to %T a dozen.
The quantity of fruit on sale was
about an average one, and there' was
little variation in prices from lhe quotations i>!' the last several weeks. Apples broughl from 90 cents to $1.25 a
boy, Pears, which were a fair sup-
sold at about $1 a box.
There was tbe usual line of flowers
and small articles on Kale.
Highest Lash Price Paia
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TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
CAR TRACKS  GREASED
ON   CASTRO   HILL.
Han Francisco, Nov. 1.���The Castro
liiil car tracks were greased by een
unknown person lasl night, causing a
f'astiee ear to run awn;., striking a
Fillmore streel car with t rrlflc Impact,
Raymond Woods lost both legu in
the collision and will probably die,
Four others were seriously hurt and
manj passengers wore slightly Injured.
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver,
dapanese Labor  Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box felri
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Hank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
DAILY TRANSCONTINENTAL
TRAIN
With through   Diner,   Sleeper  and
Tourist
Leaves at   3:15   p.  m., and  makes
connection for Kootenay  points, also
St. Paul and Chicago,   l-'or rates and
particulars apply to
Kit. QOULET,
Agent, Ne w Wesl n Inster
or le, ib .1. COYLE,
A. st, (bail. Pass. A-,i., Vancouver.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
���FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
Ladies' and Children's
Flannelette and Woven
Underwear
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Street
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $ 10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.   Ifi.   WALKER. President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager.   \
A GENERAL BANKING    BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
���as well as prospective customers, that now style of eyeglasses aro constantly being
added to his large stock ot
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address*.
334 Hastings SI.      VANCOUVER
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Every facility afforded  Farmers for   their banking  business.    Sales  Notes       And  can   save  you  50  per  cent-
cashed  or taken  for collection. on a SAFE or CASH  REGISTER
BANKING  BY   MAIL���Deposits   may bo made or withdrawn oby mall, , CTCIW   IMPORT  &  FXPORT PO
Vancouver, Q. C-
,510 Richards St-, Phone 2125 I ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NKYVS
Out-of-towu accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY EVENINGS 7 30 TO 9 P.M.
i   18,000 C EMPRESS OF BRITAIN j 14,500
i H. PowerlEMriU_SS OF IRELAND J     TOM.
; ":.:; .��� v : C Britain sails Nov. 15
Empress ol Ireland Bails Nov. 29
Quebec  to   Liverpool.
Empress Ireland   Nov.   i
Lake  Champlain    Nov.   fl
Empress Britain    Nov. 15
Lak.'   Erie    Nov. 23
From St. John to Liverpool.
Empress Ireland    Nov. 29
Lake  Manitoba    Dec.    7
Bhnpress  Britain    Dee. 13
Christmas nt Home.
Reduced rates now offered.
When buying tickets to nnd from
lhe Old Country, book with us nnd get
benefit of reduced rates and best accommodation. For full particulars,
apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. It. Agent.
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>J l am the pioneer Furniture and House Furnishings  Dealer,   Fune
,���, Director and  Kmleiilmer, u    I  1 will sell yon anything Ml my lint? che
j��J and will give you better ������  lue than you can gel  in any other plai j
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Matting  from  15c  up.     I   noleums  from 45c  up. Curtain Stretch-I
ers,  thc  best made, $2.' i  per    set.       Carpets,   all    grades   and    f|��
prices.    Iron Beds, whilo and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.    Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions. j
V All  klnels of job work and repairing dune on shortest, notice.  Reas
>5 able prices and satisfaction guaranteed,    New goods arriving dal
Bo
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X and In the same old way.
Rapid Eas
Binders
''an be run with either steam
horse power or windmill thi
mnnlng grinders made.
straw  .emi   Peed  Cutters inl
sizes,    our puipers and t;iiri$!
tp.ade  with  reversible knlvei
reversing the handle.   All iu'l'H
and  ball bearings,
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In order to make Saturday a Record Breaker we are going to make Bigger Cuts on Prices than ever.
HERE    ARE    A    EEW   SPECIALS   WE    ARE    OFFERING
Men's $10.00 Suits, sale price
Men's $15.50 Suits sale price
Men's $15.00 Suits, sale price
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
Big   Day   at OUR   SALE
- $3.60
- 5.20
6.65
Men's Strong Working Pants
Boys' 9.00 Suits, sale price
Boy's 7.50 Suits, sale price
Boy's 5.50 Suits, sale price
-   $1.25
-   4.45
-3.75
2.90
Special Bargains in Men's and Boys' Shoes
Men's Strong Braces, reg. 50c, sale price 25c
Men's Strong Braces, reg. 25c, sale price 15c
Men's Fancy Hose, reg. 25c' sale price - 10c
Men's Wool Sox, reg. 25c, sale price 2 pairs 25c
Men's Fancy Shirts, reg. $1.00. sale price 55c
Men's All Wool Sweaters, reg. $1.25 to $2.50, sale price     85c
Boy's All Wool Sweaters, reg. $1.25, Sale Price 50c
Boy's Strong Knickers, reg. 85c sale price 50c
DAVE   GROSSMAN,   Proprietor.
Westminster Clothing Company
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The place to buy your Furniture at [cash prices
the easy payment plan without interest
or extra charge
Max Freed furniture Co.
62 & 64 Hastings St. West, Vancouver, fi. C.
Mouse   Furnishers
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.RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
throughout Canada and New toundland, and  in  London,  England,
Yorfc, Chicago and Spoka ne, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gon
Hanking Business Transac t id.
'gf Credit issued, available wl tl. correspondents In all  parts of the
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Interest allowed at 3 per coct.  per annum  (present rate) added
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'y Saturday evening from 7: "1 p,  n. to 9 p. m.
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The good looks, and shape, and
wear, texe���of a "Progress Brand" Coat,
depend on the part you never see���
the INSIDE.
This figure shows the anatomy of
"Progress Brand" Coats. The patent
sleeve and shoulder pads���the strong
felt, genuine hair-cloth and thoroughly
shrunken canvas. This foundation is
moulded by hand and held by hand
stitches.
It is this  perfect  building of the
foundation that gives perfection to the
finished   "Progress
Brand" garment.
" Progress Brand "
Suits and Overcoats
prove   that   they   are
I "~-��_. -�����        wear they give.
FLAG WAVES AND
MAKES COMPLICATIONS
American Woman Sees Maple
Leaf Flag Floating in the
Breeze, and Objects.
H.   L_.   de B
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A Good One
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE ���and INSURANCE
	
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Chicago, Nov. 1.���A whole C..u-
alian cbnvention and the manager of
Chicago Beach hotel were brought ri
a recognition of United States patriotism hist night ley .Miss Emily T. Foster, of the hotel, who advised Manage ���
Gray that if he was to fly a British
flag over his hostelry he must  tly a.i
I American   flag  from   the  same   staff.
| Gray held out in favor of the Canadian
convention until  night, when iwo de-
I tectlves from Hyde Park police station called to investigate a number of
complaints that had been telephoned
I in about the flag. Then he capitulated and hauled down the flag.
The Chicago Beach hotel is at present the' headquarters of a big convention of Canadian manufacturers. Out
of courtesy to the guests the Union
Jack with the Canadian emblem, was
ordered unfurled.
The  Good   Cheer
STORE
Evening Classes in Commercial Branches
Will  be  held in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
W. J. SIPPRELL,
Principal
DRUNKEN   BRAWL  TIES
UP  MEXICAN   RAILWAY
Mexico City, Oct. 30.���Noi a -wheel
is moving on the Tamplco division of
the' Mexican Central railroad, all of
the operating force having walked out
yesterday. The men In the shops
joined them. The strike was cah'sed
by a quarrel at Cardenas between a
conductor, who is said to have been
drinking, and the chief dispatcher.
The conductor drew a pistol on the
trainmaster. Another dispatcher coming to his aid, the conductor was disarmed and thrown downstair,. The
three men, Americans, were taken to
prison and the operating force refused
to work until they were released,
A special government representative
is endeavoring to settle the trouble,
as is ii representative of the road.
Another Shipment of
Alberta Creamery Butter
Just Received
3 lbs. ior $1.00
Good  Cooking Eggs
__   35c a dozen, 3 doz.
for One Dollar
GENERAL STRIKE 13 CALLED
ON RAILROADS OF BRITAIN
London, Nov, 1���The executive committee of the Amalgamated Society of
Hallway Servants today adopted a resolution to call a general strike. It is
predicted that about 60,000 men will
be affected .y the decision and a general  tri  tri c| r..:lro:ils
Our Offer to You
READ IT!
Every customer purchasing goods
from us KOR CASH will receive Silverware Coupons or Tickets to the value of ten per" cent of the amount of
each purchase, and we pledge our
business honor to quote our very lowest cash prices to all such customers. These Coupons or Tickets are
redeemable at our store in any of the
Crown Silver Plate Co.'s Silverware
you may choose to select.
Our object in offering these elegant
articles of Silverware FREE, is to
at. ,e as an imiuCeiiieiil' to "our customers to concentrate all of their cash
purchases with us. We are enabled
thus to secure our cash discounts
when purchasing our stocks of goods,
and we give our customers th> benefit of tHe very lowest cash prices, ani
furnish their houses with elegant Silverware, made by a reliable firm, Free
of any charge.
Call on us and inspect these beautiful presents.
Kyle & Son
The Home of Plenty
'Phone 276      255 Front St. ���
PAGE FOUR
TIE   DAILY   NEWS
6ATURDAY,   NOV.
2. riori
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South Vancouver
Ferris  Road
I am now offering the Valance of the 1-5 of an acre block on
the Cloverdale estate at prices which defy competition.
They are all practically cleared and in clover, and are close
to the ;iroposed extension of the North Arm road oar line and
within easy distance of the city; and ail 1 am askins for these
high and well situated lots is $325 each, and very easy ierms.
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc*.- Telephone 3-9-1
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published n*\ the Daily News Pub-
lishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
Miss Mary has worked her way up
from the position of stenographer, tha
chances  are  in  favor of the affirma-
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CITIZENS UNANINOUS
FOR EXCLUSION LEAGUE
ed  as   a  political  issue    b.v  the  tw
gr< al parties, but ail the same, it will !
be an issue at the municipal election-; ;
in   Vancouver   city."     conclude!   tho '
pn 3idenl of tue Terminal City league. I
NU further speakers volunteering to
address the audience, a formal motion
was made and carried that an Exclusion le igue lie formed.
The election ot  officers  being the
next thing on the program, three can-
elielates for president  were nominated
���Aid. Garrett, T. Turnbull. and J. D.
Taylor. _ The candidature of the1 firs:.-
named wus treated  as a joke, while
the latier showed that lie meant what
he  said  when  he  remarked  that the I
Exclusion  league  should  not  become
a   political  hotbed,   by   retiring  from
the  field of candidates for the presi- j
dency.    Thomas Turnbull   was  there- |
tore unanimously elected.
J.  D. Taylor was elected secretary, j
The executive, to consist of five members, will be elected at the first meet- j
ing  of the league,  to  be    held  next I
week.
Over one hundred members joined
the league on Thursday evening.
Loose Gems
SEE OUR WINDOW TODAY. WE HAVE A DISPLAY OF LOOSE DIAMONDS. OPALS, EMERALDS, SAPPHIRES, RUBIES AND PEARLS, AT
PRICES TO COMPARE WITH  EASTERN   HOUSES.
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
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SATURDAY,   NOV.   2,   1907
ROOSEVELT'S POLICY
There are some things in the record of Presldenl Roosevelt which we
have alw.ays held to be worthy of severe condemnation, and there are other things which are deserving of the
highest praise. in the fight he is
making againri "trusts" the admirable
side of his character shows up strongly, not only in the courage shown in
making himself the champion of right,
but also in tiie clear insight into the
heart of the matter which his speeches
reveal. Men hi high position'are too
prone to content themselves in the
beaten paths of platitude, and it is
therefore a thing to be hailed with
gratitude when we find the head of a
great nation filling his speech; s with
forthrighf utterances which go to the
root of those great questions of right
and wrong which lie at the foundation of character, individual aud national.
At Nashville. Tenn., he other day,
President Roosevelt declared his settled determination to continue in his
"effort to punish successful "dishonesty," no matter what clamor might
be raised;  and he added:
"I will stand against the po it man if
he does wrong just as I will stand
against the rich man if he does wrong,
l will stand against crimes of brutal
violence just as 1 stand against crimes
of unscrupulous cunning. A crime is
a crime., and it makes no difference
whether the wrong is perpetrated by
plutocracy or by a mob. by a capital-
i-i or by a wage-worker. It is a difficult matter to punish the crimes of
unscrupulous cunning, committed by
men of great wealth, because as y. t
we bai.lly hava the proper laws, and
still more because the people themselves through their representatives
P.lid personally do not yet fully realize
how serious the crimes are which an;
committed In this fashion. Bul remember this, that If we sit 'Bu'plhe
and let men of greal wealth set before
Ithe country as a Whole th- standard
if successful dishonesty, so that young
men are taught to think of business
trickery, of evasion and violation of
the law and stock gambling and swindling as the chief roads to financial
success, not only do we bring about
a deterioration of the public conscience as a whole, but as sure as fate
we ultimatejf invite ignorant and vile'
reaction, which in trampling out the
wrong will trample oul each right at
Lhe sane-' lime, which in punishing the
wealthy wrongdoefwlll lufllct the punishment so brutally and so unsklll-
fully as to confound In ll many men
who have done honestlj  and  well."
Por sh. er brazen m��n<iacitj an I
that brand of half-idiotic misstatement which one sometimes b ars
[rom a man who Is half-drunk, the
article in the Columbian of lasl night
goes to the limit. Small wonder that
we bave to contend in Canada with
a good ileal in public life that is n. an,'
sordid and disgusting, when such stuff
Is printed In the editorial columns of
papers which pose as the apostles of'
purity in politics.
ii Is saiel that the slump in the
quoted value of securities has lessened the markel price of the stock
hel I by Lord Strathcona to the ex<
tenl of $25,000,000, yet he is a. richer
man on cuiiem account, as the stock
is paying higher dividends. In which
in-rid ml ther;. Is a lesson in finance
If one knows how to get al it.
Th '    Remington    Typewriter    Co., |
which was a pioneer in the matter ol
employing women as clerks, has now
led     the    way    In   "woman's    rights" i
again  ..>  electing Miss Mary Orr ats
one <if its directors,   This may prove!
a  wise step  Orr  it   may not;   but as |
(Continued   from   First  Page.)
I forty-five days, but   that  In that  time
Ihe had visited every hotel iu Vancou-
| ver,  and   that  in  each  and every one
he had found Chinamen employed. Hi
supported  white labor,  and  from the
tenor   of  his   remarks,   was   evidently
troubled    with    Socialistic,    tenden-l
cies,
A. \V. Von Rhelm next stepped b -
fore th" footlights.    In a few remark.?, ,
he suggested I lie aelvisiVHiy of forming an Exclusion league In New Westminster, giving details as to the manner  in   which   a   similar  organization!
was conducted in Viae ouver and other cities.    Dwelling upon the num er
of Japanese employed a; fishermen on i
the  Kras.-r river,  Von   Rheim  stated
that the first Japanese cam.? to B, C. '
in 1892, when he was employed  as a '
fisherman by  Mr,  English, of Ste>  -
ton.      In   iri>::,   ten   Japanese    were
working on the river.    In the fall of
1893,  a   prominent   canneryman  sent
over to Japan for a atimber of men,
and   by   1894, 300  .laps   were  casting
nets   into  the   Preiser.     Today   more
than   ",000 Japanese  were  possessed
of fishing licenses.   "What wil} le the
result'.'"      dramatically    asked    Von
Rheim.    "This should not lie ma le a
political football; should not be treat-
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches  from  $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; charges reason
able.
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Cook's
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion    Trust   Building
Opposite Post Office
ITS WORTH CONSIDERING.
I Every problem that takes Into account the payment of an Insurance
premium coupled with the possible.
elemenl of attendant risk is worthy
of careful considerat li .������
RISK IS ELIMINATED
is our contention wnen it comes to
policies written here. That house of
yours ueeds em extra policy, and wh)
not have us write It? A day's delay
may cost you thousands, It's the time
to act and not to pracrastinate. Do !l
to-day. We represell the Hartford,
Connecticut, Phenix and Insurance
Company of North America.
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE   INSURANCE   AGENTS
260   Columbia   St.
New   Westminster,       :     :     :        II. C.
For  QUALITY
the Delta land cannot be beaten- One acre of tnis rich, river
bottom land Will produce as much as three acres of high
gravel  laml.
Here Is a piece Of choice land at a bargain:
s acres, all cleared, in garden and pasture, 6 miles from
this city, on the dyke road, 200 yards from Sunbury post offlce
and boai landing, % mile from Bchool, has a five-room ho
in good repair, barn and chicken house, 2 cows and 40 hens;
good waterfrontage with wharf building, boat and net, SO
young fruit  trees, a good  range  all conn, ected.
$1250  cash,
Price  .
balance   in, one
$2250
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Hale & Lane,
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   335
P. O. Box   2<>8
SHOES
FOR
EVERYBODY
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I."t  at   Sapperton,  near the  school     $275;    terms
Lol on Eighth Btreet, tee low Fourth avenue  $022
l   bits on  Sixteenth St.,  near  Ihe new train Une,$650 for the 4. terms
Lots on  Fourth  avenue, near Eleventh  street    $475 each, terms
Look at  my -ist   before purchasing.
Real
Estate
Phone 307
Hardly think there's a Shoe want existing in this
locality that we cannot satisfy.
For instance we have:
Shoes lot the Business Man.
Shoes for the Swell Young Fellow.
Shoes for the Working Man.
Shoes for the Man with Tender Feet.
Shoes for the Woman who wants Style.
Shoes for the Home, the Party or Reception.
Shoes for the Stormy Weather.
Shoes for Comfort.
Shoes for Boys and Girls.
Shoes for Schoolwear.
Shoes for All Purposes and Uses.
P. PEEBLES
; 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Do you need a l?t t$ bui! on? Eecause if so. we will sell you 3
choice building site for $.22-1, ... your own terms. Also, a block of J
Lots for $2,250 that will double in value. Now is the time to buy.
Invest your spare cash and turn it over at a handsome profit.
We Fit the Feet Perfectly.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
The farm Land Specialists,     -     New Westminster
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Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
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1. H. SMITH
The Cash Stores
Why This Cheap
SALE
OF NEW
Dress Materials
The business of this store has doubled and trebled again; we
�� um all departments to share In this general prosperity. This is .������.
time to buy dress materials. We wish to see bow much we can sell
Size things in our way by throwing oui bargains. New goods thai
we re never made for the money and only ask you again to come
early   and   profit.
At 25 Cents
in to I- Inches, mixed tweeds and plain cheviots In good autumn
colors oi brown, green, wine red, blue and dark navy or black, 500
yards In  this lot,  regular 33c aad  50c for,  yard   25c
Si pie s Fancy Waisting, pun wool, 27 Inches, suitable for hand-
some house gowns as well as   il   ���- -.  made to sell at  90c or $1.00;
: tie  price here
. .25c
At 50 Cents
Black and white, grey mixed green or navy tw leds, width 54 and iri.
Inches, splendid $1.00 values; now   50c
At 50c, new st ri pes and plaids In greal variety, as only this store can
���how, in brown and navy, gr- en and brown, dark red, all pure wool,
fine imported cloths, ani. d here too late to sell at T.'.c and $1.00;
ou    they go now  at   50c
At 75 Cents
Worth coming miles to see, mostly 54 inches, shepherd checks,small
and medium patterns, sombre stripes of navy and wine, brown and
navy, brown and green, many shades of Imported grey materials,
pure wool, execellent $1.00 an! $1.25 values; our great sale price,
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Children's Coats Selling at Less than
Bare Cost of Material.
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Your  little girl   would have a pretty new winter coat right now !f
h     we  could  only  tell   you  through  the'  papers what  lovely coats are be-
f    Ing sold here today for so little money.   These prices will be a guide.
Bring the girls when you como,
For 4 to 7 Vears. &,,
$2.75  Coats for     $1.25
$3.50 Coats (or     $1-75
$5.50 Coats for    $3.75
For 6 to 10 Years.
$-1.00   Coat*   for       $2.25
$6.50  Coats   for       $3.75
$8.50  Coats   Tor       $5.50
For 10 to 14 Years.
$5.00   Coals   for        $275
|7.60   Coats   tor        $5.00
$9.00   Coati tor      $6.00
14 to 18 Years���or Small Women.
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$5.00 Coats for
$8.00 Coals for
$15.00   Coals   tor,
$3.00
$5.00
$9.50
Have a Look at Our Blankets
We could  BH an ordinary store.  With   blankets,   all  bought  before
the- i ig advanc.. in raw mtit"rials.     Wools  and  warp have jumped  up
111  price rapidly of late, tm;  you  can  buy here  with confidence any
''jpice- ��er  size you wish iri-.    T,i ���   best   Caiirullun   Blankets',     at     per
 ^___j_H_^_^_^_K $3.75 to $10
All Eiderdown  Quilts  at Special
��� Reduced Prices.
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���fl DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY
| 267-271 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
]Jr. T. H. Levey, dentist. Crescent
club building, Columbia street.
���I. MeNiff is in custody umler suspicion of having stolen a roll of leather from the Sapperton tannery, operated by J. Rousseau.
We sell Perfect Baking Powder, 35c
per tin, at the Good Cheer Store, 252
Front street. Q �����
The ordinance of the Lord's Supper
will follow the morning service at the
Olivet Baptist church tomorrow evening, when the Rev. Dr. Rugg will
Bpeak on "A Warning Pastor and a
Watching Church."
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T- Davies &
Son, B. 208- ���������
Tne services tomorrow at the Wesl
End Methodist church will be specially Interesting because of this being
the annual rally of church aael Sunday
school. In the morning Rev, W. il.
Barraclough, B. A.., will preach, anl
l{e\\ Iri. Sipprell will speak in the evening. The Sun.lay school at 2:30 will
I e addressed ;e> Rev. Prof. F. W. Ha -
ly. n. A��� and Rev, I.. Thomas, of Sapperton.
Monsoon tea, 10 cents per packet,
at the Home of Plenty, 2bb Front
street. ***
Poundkeeper Batl completed his
season's duties on Oct. 31, ami is now
resUng easily from the many chases
1 after truant bovines during tlie past
few months, There will be nei offici il
keeper of the city pound until next
springy
Four lots on Secon I S reet, $-j"5
cash. White. Shiles <t Co., 260 Columbia St., 'Phone So. **
The Rev.J. S. Henderson will preach
��� it the St. Andrew's church tomorrow
morning and evening. His subjects
1 will be "A Thanksgiving Command,"
and "A White .Man's Country." Th ���
evening sermon will lee peculiarly appropriate at the present time, owing
to the recent formation of an Exclusion league In this city, and to the
prominence which the influx of Asi-
atics has recently attained in thia
���province'.
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Hand  Sapolio for sale    at Kyle <fe i
Sons. Front street. **'
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A man named Tyler was yesterday i
morning convicted in the police court j
of   having   Stolen  a   watch   from   Mr.
Jenkins.     Tyler   protested   his   innocence, was rude to the judge, and ac- j
cepted    with  a  bad    grace    the six,
i months'  sentence,  given him  by  Mag-
is! rate Corbould.
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Fine dairy  faun of  100 acres, best |
black   soil;   part   unilerdrailied.  House? I
and   small   barn;     only   eight   miles!
from  New Westminster;    good  road.
For short  time at  $70 per acre.    A -
!bott & Hyde, next (iuiihon hotel,New
Westminster,  li.  C. *���*
On  Tues,lay  evening of  next   week, |
rii concert  will be given in the West i
! Methodist   church of this  city  by  the
'Sixth Avenue Methodist church (Van-
couver)   choir.     W.   Hicks   will   wield
the conductor's  baton,  while Qeorge
Grant and several other noted Vancouver artistes will assist in the pro-
, gram.     Admission will be 25 cents;
proceeds  i<>    be  devoted    to ehureh
funds.
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Bristo soap tor cleaning and polish-e
Ing knives, etc., 10c per paceket, at ;
the Qood Cheer Sore. 255 Front St. **
The   New   Westminster  second  dl-i
riisou  football  eleven,  which    is to
play the Vancouver Celtics second dl-
_ vision at Brockton  point, Vancouver,
II this afternoon, will leave lhe city on
; Hue one o'clock ear.   The team will be |
composed of the following; Goal.How-1
ard;    lull backs, Craig,   FitzQerald;
[halves, Grant,  Hargreaves, Stettensj
ing information relating to the operation of a roller skating rink, and it
i.s probable that an amusement place
of that nature will be running here
before many weeks. The sieort has
met with great success in all towns
where a rink has been opt ned, and it
is thought that an ample patronage
would be offered by the 10,000 or more
people in  this city.
At the scheduled football match between the Rovers and the Vancouver
Shamrocks at Queen's park tTils afternoon, the local team will be composed of the following: Goal, Barbaree; backs, CUirk, Leamy; half backs,
Lock, Turnbull, Peele; forwards, Ambrose, Brown, Lassater, Maling, Ark-
wrlght; spare, Canfield, Harrlngshaw.
Referee, J. J. Walsh. Kickoff will be
at  2: lb p. m. sharp.
The Thanksgiving service held in
the St. Paul's R. B. church on Thursday afternoon was largely attended,
not only by members of the Si. Paul's
congregation, but by mem leers of oth-
j er city churches. The sermon was
preached by the Rev. Dr. Rugg, of the
Olive)   Baptist  church,  and   Revs.   V
'- deB. Owen, .1. S.  Hendersori, Dr. T.
I Wardlaw  Taylor and    W.   H, Barra-
, clough also took part.
A genera] meeting of New Westminster business and professional men
will   be  held   one  eve nin.;   next   week
! for the purpose of organizing a branch
of the Canadian club. J. .1. Cambridge has secured a copy of the Canadian   club   constitution,   and   will   be
i able to supply the meeting with full
particulars relating to the organization.
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A number of citizens, including Dr.
Holmes, F. .1. Hart. M. Phillips, Captain Ackerman, Mr. Bowman, of Sumas.  and others, on  Thursday  paid  a
I visit to the Bon Accord hatcheries,
where ihe custodian ol llgingly show
' ed the party over the premises. Pour
: million sockeye ova had just been received  from the Pemberton hatchery,
; and these were placed in the lar.ge
tanks during the afternoon.
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By  common consent,   the    firm  of j
iLeile   &   Lane     yesterday     dissolved
partnership, and the business will ln
future be conducted by Mr. Hale, the
; headquarters   being  in   Alex.   Mathe*
i son's   hotel,  where   a   portion   of   the
j premises have been partitioned off to
1 accommodate  Mr.  Rale.    J,  K.  Line
will spend some time at college before
again   entering into  business  in  riiis
I city or elsewhere.
The arbitration board which is tak-
, ing  evidence  bearing  on  the dispute
, between C. Brown, of Delta, and the
I V.  V.  it  E. railway as to the amouni
I of  damages which   should be  paid  to
I the former in consequence of the lat-
I ter company running a line of track
! through his land,  will  be renewed in
i the   court  house  on    Thursday next.
the "th inst.    The first evidence was
taken on Wednesday afternoon of this
| week, but owing to the inability of the
i members of the board to agne upon
I a   convenient  day, the hearing could
I not be renewed before the 7th,   There
I are quite fi few witnesses to be heard.
The members of the board are Judge
Howay,   F.  .1.  Coulthard,  and    .1.  .1.
Cambridge,
Odd
Pieces of
Furniture
Say the Parlor
One beautiful sofa in mahogany
frame, hand carved, handsome
cover of   silk brocatelle,   regular
$25, for $20.
We have six different kinds of
Roman Chairs ranging from $15 to
$20, your choice for $12.
Nice Dislay of Parlor Suites
At all Prices
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Say Dining-room
One Table, extend 6ft., one Sideboard, British bevel plate mirror;
five small chairs; one arm chair
(padded seats and good frames).
Reg. $50, for $40 complete.
We handle Everything necessary
for the home.    Pleasure to
show Goods
Mammoth Furniture
Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK
LEE'S
Phone 73.
Columbia Street
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
eiUrd Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
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rds,
Fletclu r,    Kho.les,    Shin ;
11 Spring,    Christie
! Lumsden.
reserves,   Winch,
Upon the invitation of Mrs. M, M.
Cook,  a number of  local   newspaper
employees  repaired  to  her  cafe  yesterday   evening    and     disposed   of   a ;
choice supper, kindly provided b.v this I
well-known cateruss.   On behalf of all I
YOU   REQUIRE   A
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
ooncerned, the News again thanks
Mrs. C.ooh for the splendid repast pro
vided.
1    A number of logging camps In the I
district have closed elown for the win-j
ler season  In  accordance   witli   their
j usual custom.    The large camp oper-
jated near Barret, by Gilley, is one of
j the  siinnuer   log   producers   mat  lias
vie; led to tiie approach Of winter.
I     A (ouple of lyoa] parties SLCBJWthfi
PRINTING
Have your printing done in
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
jJackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS BLOCK.
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Mr. Employer
DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF AND YOUR WORKMEN TO THE FULLEST POSSIBLE EXTENT. IF SO, I CAN
WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
YOU AGAINST ALL LIABILITY
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCIDENTS
TO EMPLOYEES BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY INDEMNITY
TO INJURED WORKMEN AND
THE COST IS MODERATE,
PHONE CALL OR WRITE AND I
WILL GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS.      ::     ::     :: ::
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,   NOV. 2   191J
1 Tht Maple Leaf ForeVer"
We have taken the Maple Leaf for our trade mark, because it is Canadian.
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PERFECTION
COCOA
dentist submits to   McQUARRIE   &   CO.
PECULIAR OPERATION Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents    Financial Agents
IS MADE 15 CANADA, AND 13 THE PUREST AND BEST.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
At the Store of Plenty j
(Maple Leaf
Label)
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Get a Shower-proof Overcoat
$7, $10, up to $25.
A New Water-proof, in all the
new effects  guaranteed,   $12
to $15.
Auto style or otherwise.   Just
the  thing for Thanksgiving.
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When conversation lags while entertaining
friends at your home during the winter evenings, just call upon the
Edison Phonograph
For a Song, Recitation or
Dialect Patter.
The Graphaphone combines all musical Instruments into a small compass���you may not be
able to buy a grand piano, but Jthere is no
excuse for having a home without music.
We have thousands of Records for you to
choose from, and you are welcome to listen to
any selection at our store before buying.
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|   New 'Westminsters Music House   1
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Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art   Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser
26 Pendtr St., Opp.  Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Tumor Grows on Brain of
Rochestor Man���-Victim
Now Speechless.
FRONT ST.    Plume 333 PRONT ST.    Phune 333 PRONT ST.    Phone 33J
Rochester, -Nov. 1,���An operation,
one of tin., most noted from a medical
point of view, and one of the meist
sensational because of the circumstances loading up to it, was performed here upon Dr. .J. L, Whinery, a
well known dentlsl ol' Marshalltown,
lowa. this morning. At the time of
tlie recent, meeting of the National
Dental association ia Minneapolis, Dr.
Whinery submitted to an operation in
clinic as an experiment in demonstration in which cocaine' was freely used.
For some strange reason, either from
ihe action of tlle cocaine or affection
of some nerves, serious troubles commenced, resulting in a tumor of the.
brain.
To remove this tumor a delicate operation was performed today. Dr
Whinery is now entirely speechless,
and has been for some time. Dentists
ami physicians from all over the
country ari' watching the success or
failure of the operation with absorbing interest.
A Socialistic Millionaire.
London. .Nov. 1.���.lames Allan,
millionaire partner of the Allan steamship line, today debated public affairs
as a socialist candidate in the municipal elections of Glasgow, He' saiel hi'
was willing to hand over his possessions to the nation as soon as the
sta.te was organized to receive' them.
He added he could not practice socialism alone, hue must await the necessary fundamental change in the' s. cial
system.
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion LiVery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth Street
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
: Sapperton,   $1600;    half
1 cash, balance terms.
Lots 2, 2.  1, ,re, 0,  10,  ll', 13,  14,  la.
; 10,  IT.   ri.  ID, 20, -ri (id, 71. 72, 711, 74
and 77 eet  subdivision ���', in suburban
block    14,  Sapperton;    prices   ranging
from -$12o to $200.
G  room  house on  Hamilton  street,
all   modern   improvements-     One   lot
from car line; lot 60x132. l'rice $1400,
$600  cash, balance   in   monthly   pay-
; ments-
S room house, all modern improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood street,
Sapperton. Price $2700. $1000 cash,
balance on time.
3'i acres land next to Royal Oak
hotel, has been cultivated, not a
Stump on it, now in grass, 2S bearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn, 6-
room house and barn and e-arge chicken house for about 250 chickens;
good well; near to school and tram;
all fenced, l'rice $3500-. Terms $1500
cash, Jiooo in April and $1000 April
1 following, or $3400 cash.
1 Lot 66xM2 ft., S. y_ of S, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal, 6 months.
Block corner of Fourtli avenue' and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
: splendid  investment.
Lot 20, block li facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;   price $650.
ICQ acres less right of way about 8
acres for railway; 2b acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
and lean too ltl.\22; barn 30x32 anl
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x30; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
S'.OO"; $2Oi'0 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue eaat
side, new   house;   $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 0, $1000 each,
100 acres, less '2,\'2 for new railway,
Township 1, Sec. 11; all bottom laud,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
40 acres under-drained, ditched all
round aud fenced around and through
centre; b room house; barn 40x7a,
sufficienl feed (or about 300 head of
stock. Price $8000; terms one-third
cash, bal. to suit purchaser. One mile
from  station  on  new  car line.
Lol 22, block B, between Mrs.
llotTards and Thomson house,Carnarvon street ;   full size $1(500.
ioo ACRES about two miles from
Aldergrove station, 30 acres cleared
an.l partly fenced, good house, barn
and stable. Price $16 per acre; $17Gu
cash, balance to be arranged.
1-14 ACRES, Block !'. Lot No. 2, Dist.
IxH S; south side of the river, near
bridge.    $300;   half   cash.
2 LOTS, 132x182, N.-W. corner of
loth Street and St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half cash.
2 lots on 8th St. between Hth and
Gth Ave. on east side; full sized, GGx
132; Nos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Koyal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
Westminster Iron Works
! GENERAL MACHINE  AM) ii._M_.INh
WOttK.
SHIP SMITHINO, BKIUUU. an.l
STRUCTURAL  IRON     WORK,
Ornamental   Iron    worn,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence in
rited.
JOHN REID,
BF.OfcSIh. atKHJlUT.
\'bu>  Woc'mlnrrpr p. o.  474.
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it is necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You    can   rely    upon    GETTING
THE   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODEftN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN G, 12,
18, 24,  30  MONTHS. AT 11%.
fOOKSLEY'S
Well  Known
Souvenir
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for %2b, cottage for $12;
$".,000, easy terms.
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2.r)00 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property Is only % mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could lie sold with the
property at a snap.
POST  CARDS
(if New   Westminster  ami  dist'li'.t
On Sale at���
Morey's     Bookstore     and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
WAdvertlae the  towrj  we live In   ly
mailing  Picture Post. Cards to .yoiv
friends-
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Kates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets  on  sale    to   all
European  points,
Special    Reduced    Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to   Southern   California.
For full in formal Ion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A, D, CHARLTON,
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Subdivision of lot, 4G, block G, comprising some of the finest residential
sites In the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property'is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
In all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue anl
First street, held at. $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 l-2xX5, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and Inspect planB.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres In sec. 32. Timber, flr, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roadB.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and Sth avenue; 2 corner lota
$250;   4  Inside lots $200 each.    Prico
1G0 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on ISth street, be-
tween 7th and Sth avenues.
2 houses corner of Merrlval and
Agnes; full size,! lot; city block 31.
lot 11 ; one house rents for $25, the
other $10; (lush *losets an<l all connected with sewers. Price $3,500.
fash $2,000, balance in 6, 12 and Ik
months at 7 %.
Lots 14 and If. of 1 of G of 4
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 mouths at 7 per cent
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 6 months al  7 per cent.
Six lots, 50xir,0, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located ln a commmanding
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth .street. Two ami one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, Hush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
t'eGxi:!2. with lane in rear; part of lol
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,600 cash, balance arranged.
1G0 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Part of lot 869, joins Lake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.    Jump.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, !I5 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 Iots cleared without a stump; Bmall
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 caah.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 8. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 0 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrlvale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road. $225 |i��r acre. Acreage Is selling fast at this price.
No. 308.���8-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; Vi
cash, balance 3 and G mos, at 7 %.
No. 306.���fl-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms V6 cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
No.   310.���9-roomed   House   and   balh
room,  Agnes   St.   $3,000;   \b   cash,
balance 8 nnd 6 months at 7 '/,..
No.   312.���8-roomed   House   and   balh
room,  Agnes St.      Price $2,500;   '/_:
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 '/���.
160 acres,  Westminster  district, 40
acres  under  cultivation,  10 acres or
chard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; liouse 18 x 22;  frame barn 30
x  32;   14-poRt   frame house  and   co.v
stables, three In all, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses;  near Mission Station;
schools,    churches    near    at    hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, flr ami cedar, never been
logged;   $2,000   refused   for   standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24;   hen
hotme made of hewed timber laid in
mortar, 12 x 30,   A chance of a lifetime, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6
Full Bized Lot on ith St. at the
of Regina St.,  between 5th and 6tl
avenues,  west  side  of 4th St.
$400;  half cash,
1 Lots    88x132 each,    4th ave i
l;;ib street.    $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES   on 1 lot, Keary Street,!
Sapperton;  5 rooms and kitchen,
shed and  I rooms, kitchen and       |
shed.    $1000 each, one-third ce   i
ance easy.
77 r.s  ACRES,  blacl.;  loam  land,
ploughed and cleared and dyked;    x. ;
E,  '4 Sect. 6.    $75 per acre, one
eash, one-third 2 months, one-th
months.
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing 8th Aven
4   lots   cleared,  small   house',  chi
house, 175 chickens;  fenced. Ine!;   -,<.
price $1500, $1000 cash.
6 ACRES good loam soil. Group 5,
Lot  16,  corner   Blue   Mountain
: and  Brunette  road,   south  Bide;   o-
roomed liouse; parlor, dining ��� ;.
kitchen and three bedrooms; pla tered; conservatory 30 or 40 [eet long,
heated by pipes; well; stable; barn;
15 bearing fruit trees; considerable
stock ready to plant out; 2 Bkep bei
j 5 acres cleared, light timber on remaining acre; all fenced; ri mile
from school. Price $3000; hall uih,
bal. in G nionths at 7 per cent.
l Lot 88x132, 4th avenue, 18th St
$800 cash.
3 LOTS, 5, 6 & 7, full sized an!
Cleared, upper side of Sth Avenue, 1 -
tween 1st and 2nd Streets. Price $500
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from  1st Street anj
6th Avenue on south side. No. 35, 36,
37 & 38, full size.    Price $1100 for the
I four, or $300 each; half cash.
Double    tenement   house, 4th  A v.,
1st  and 2nd  St.;   1  lot.    Price $1,700;
cash half and half In 6 months at 7'..
| Rents for $10 each tenant.
in acres \_ section 14. N. y_ of E '_
1 of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from bridge ofl
Haworth road, Surrey; house lsx:
1'j. storey house, A rooms finished, an
other 3 can be added upstairs; Bmall
shack; l'/2 acres cleared and sec ri:
with clover, red; fairly easily clear.-1
One mile from shingle mill. Pri i
$1,200;. terms half cash, balance 11
mouths at 7  ';'<.
Westerly   I,  11   of 63,  Sub.  Bloe    !
I"2xi:i2  corner   lIMi  feet square;
houses drawing $28 per month,    Prl
$5,000, half cash, balance iu G and  12
months.
160 S.K. K of Section 20, Dist. 12,
10 acres,partly cleared; Kanaka crei
running through;  good road; one mil"
north   of  Webster's comer;    Bhln
mill anel P.O. at the west corner; tit
ber worth $7  per acre';  cedar and t.
4 miles   from   Port    Haney.     Prl
$2,100; terms $1,100 carii. balance arranged.
Large  lot   and   two cottages em C i
| lumbia street, Sapperton.   Both rente;
at $lo each.
One and one-half storey bousi- and
full Blze lot, situated north Bide oi
Royal avenue and corner of McKi no !
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hoi and
cold water, closet; woodshed; young
bearlg fruit trees; Btreets on three
j sldeB; fine view. Price $1,800 *'.""'
caah.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen'J
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen's
Ave.; 52x122 feet; all cleared; lai..
alongside and back. Price $1,000:
half cash, balance easy at 7 '/;
150 acres Improved land, building!
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale,
all under cultivation, $15,000. If you
can handle this, don't delay; It's a
bargain; terms can be arranged.
Mr For the above Tour properties n
special price will be made to one pun
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., between Iti
and 5th Ave ; 2 single and I doublt
bedrooms upstairs, and bath roera
down sttiira; parlor, dining room, kit-
chen and pantry. Full sized lot running back to Ash St. Price $3,800;
$1,500 cask, balance at $500 per year
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,
north side between First nnd See.inl
streets,  No.  5,  6 and  7.    Price $4001
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side or Hamilton street between Sixth and Kiglii!]
streets; $225.
28  acres on   Mara road, Burnabf.B
$160 an acre   FOR    A   FFAV    DAYSl
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,   balance ;;
and 2 years at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street soutiB
���ide of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cast
Block 12 on 12th St., e��t side: 1
full sized lots.    Price $2,600, one-thWB
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
4 lots on Fifth Street, U 12, i\ ll'*
3u'b. 16, S. Blk. 13.     $3-r��n each, j_ B���
The Road to Success
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examins the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News, and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
i    TAKE NOTICE tint application bas
e.i en made lo register Joseph Tays as
I the owner in Fee Simple, under a Tax
| Sale Deed from C. C. Fisher to Joseph
Tays, bearing date the IGth day of November, A. D. 1904, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract of land
jand premises situate, lying and being
lin  the District of New Westminster,
| in the Province of British Columbia,
I more particularly known and describ-
I ed as Lot 13, Block 5. subdivision of
I Lot 201, Group 1.
You and nach of you are required
I to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-live days from the
| date of  the   first   publication of  this
'notice upon you, otherwise I s.iall reg-
! ister Joseph Tays as owner thereof in
fee.    And 1 hereby direct that publication of this notice for one month in
a daily  newspaper   published  at  New
[Westminster will be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 26th day of October,
A. D. 1907.
C.  S.  KEITH,
Uisirict Registrar.
To John Birr, Esq.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them and ril persona claiming any interest in saiel land by virtue of an.v
unregistered Instrument, and all persons claiming any interest ln sai!
land by descent, whose title is not
registered under the provisions of the
'Land Registry Act," shall be forever
estopped and debarred from setting
up an.v claim to or in respect ol' tbe
saiel land sn sold for taxes as provided
by  the    Land  Registry Act."
Timber Notices
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District   cf   New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Harriet Ford,
of Hammond, B. (ri, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special timber
license over the following described
lands: In New Westminster district,
commencing at a post planted at the
north east corner of Timber Limit No.
m.i.:;, Xew Westminster Dist., tnence
south SO chains, east SO chains, north
SO chains, and west SO chains, to poini
of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per H. S. Ford, agent.
October 4, l'jo".
Trains & Steamers
C.I'.K.   MAIN   LINK
Leave New  Westminster S:35, 11:35,
15: 15,   17:20,   IS: 40.
'  Airhe    New    Westminster    10:25,
15, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35,
Overland    express    arrives    12:45,
leave's 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWA?,
Lv. N. W. 8.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 1 |j.U_
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle le ;. u
p.m.
V.,  W,  a.   V.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m
O. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave  New  Westminster 3:60 .p.m.,
arrive Guichon G pin-
Leave Guichon G a   in-, arrive New
New Westminster 8:30 a. ni
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv.  New  Westminster  5.50, 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv.  Vancouver  tor  Westminster at
���a me heurs.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Train".  Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
TBI- NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
lor COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;- the most
brilliantly illuminated train in thc
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
l6 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time  Tables,  Folders, ot   J"y
farther information call  on  oi   write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
ri'/fao Second Avenue. Seattle. Wish
Synopsis of Canadian North-West
Homestead Regulations.
Any even numbered section nf Dominion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting S and 2G,
not reserved, may be homesleaded bv
!any person who ls the sole head of a
family, or any male over IS years oil
age, to the extent of one-quarter sec-
tion of 160 acres, more or less.
Application tor entry must be
made In person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or Bub-
agency Cor the district In which the
land is situate. Entry I���.. proxy may.
however, be made at an agency on
certain conditions bj tbe lather, mother, son, daughter, brother or :-ri;er of
an intending hom esl a ':������ .
The homestea ler is rejuired to perform the bome load dut.es under one
of the following plans:
ll) At least sex months' residence
upon and cultivation of the bind in
each year for three years.
(2) A homesteader may, if he bo
desires, perform the required rosi-
dence duties by living on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
Ihan eighty (80) acres In extent, In
the vicinity of his homestead. Jolni
ownership in land will not meet thes
requlremj nt.
(3) if the tether (or mother, if the
father Is deceased) of a homesteader
nas permanent residence on tanning
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (sui acres in extent, in
the vicinitj of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
e'lt'iiinii his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother),
i 11 The term "vicinity" in the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning nol move than nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive of the wddt"h
of road allowances crossed In the
measurement
(."'!_ A homesteader Intend ag to
perform his residence duties In accordance with tin' above while' livijt;
with parents or <n farming land owned by him idf must notify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands al Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W, CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
LAND    ACT.
Form of Notice.
New  Westminster Land  District, District of New Westminster, B. C.
Take notice that  James Sharpe, of
New  Westminster,  B.  C, occupation
Lumberman,   intends   to apply [or n
special timber license over the following described lands: ���
Commeucing at a post planted on
lhe West bank of Twenty-five Mile
('reek, about two miles from tile Lil-
riCL'tt r.lvev, Ihon'.ii -'ast fevij' cUaV-U,
South, one hundred and sixty chains.
West, forty cliains, North one hundred
mil sixty ihains to poini of com-
meni sment. . '
JAMES SHARPE.
Date, Octol er Hi, 1U07.
	
LAND    ACT.
Form  of  Notice.
.Wu   West minster. Land  District,  District of New Westminster, B, ('.
Take notice  that  James Sharpe, of
New   Westminster,  B.   C,  occupation,
Lumberman,    intends to apply for a
special timber license over the following described binds: ���
Commencing at a post planteei ou
tbe West bank of Twenty-five Mile
Creek, about two miles from the l.il-
looetl River, tlience West forty chains,
South, om' hundred and sixty chains,
Bast forty chain.-. North one bun.lied
and sixty (bains to point of commencement,
JAMES SHARPE,
Date', October lu.  11107.
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
2. TAKE NOTICE tnat Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special timber
license over tbe following described
lands on Texada Island. Commencing
at a post planted ai the south west
corner of lot 15, thence south SO
chains east SO chaius, north SO chains,
and west SO chains to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, Agent.
October   4,   1907.
3. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
Intends to apply for a special Timber
License over the following described
lands.
Commenc:tig at a post planted at
tho south west corner of Timber Limit 9S2S, thence west 80 chains, north
SO chains, east SO chains, and south
SO chains to point of commencement.
October 4, 1907.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford. agen;.
He lots ,e and l'., of block 2. subdivision of parts of section SO, block b,
north range _!,west New Westminster
district. Whereas proof of the loss
of certificate of title numbei' 13979 a,
issued in the name of Frederick William Smith has been filed in this
office.
Notice, is hereby given that  I shall
at  the expiration of one month from
the dale of the first  publication here-i
of, issue  a duplicate of the said certificate , unless in tin1 meantime valid
objetion be made to me in writing.
C. S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   registry  office,   New  Westminster, B. C Sept. 16, 1907.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
i Ke Lois 1 to 9 (Inclusive) of a portion of Lot 91, (Iroup 1, Maii 440, New
J Wesl minster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 1571.5a, issued
in the name of Peter Latham, has
been tiled In this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall
al   lhe expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, Issue a duplicate of the said cer-
liflcate, unless In the meantime valid
Objection be made to me ln writing.
W. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Oflice. New Westminster, u. v... Ck:. i'i, 11.07.
4. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lad},
intends to appply for a special Timbei
License over the following described
lands on Texada Island.
Conimencing at a post planted at
the south east comer of Timber Limit No. 982S, thence south SO cnains,
west SO chains, north SO chains, and
east SO chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. 11. Ford, agent.
October 4,  1907.
5. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady.
Intends to apply for a sjieclal Timber
license over the following described
lands.
Commencing  at  a   post  planted  at
*he south east corner of Timber Limit
No. 0S27w thence south SO chains, west
80 chains, north 80 chains, and east
SO cliains, to point of commencement.
\ HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, Agent.
October 4, 1907.
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COMPANY,   - -   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia  Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
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.lust ti) hand from THE) OLD COUNTRY a large consignment
Of beautiful colored warm-lined Slippers. YOU SHOULD SEE
THICM. The variety Is pleasing and attractive, while the prices are
snprlslngly MODERATE.
Again we have just taken out of liond a very select consignment of the famous Dick Waterproof Boots. .Boys' for School Wear,
Men's for City Wear, Ladies' for Wet Weather. l\ir dry, warm feet
try the Dick Root.   Only at
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6. TARE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, B, C, occcupatlon
lady, intends to apply for a special
license over the following (lescribed
lands on Texada Island.
Commencing at a post planted nt
the south eaat corner of Timher Limit
No. 9825, thence south SO chains, west
80 chains, north 80 chains, and east
80 chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, Agent.
October 4. 1907.
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
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The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C PAGE WIGHT
THE  DAILY  NEWS.,
SATURDAY,   NOV. 2, 19C)
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5 FINE LOTS
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50x132 to -il foot lane and fronting on a CG foot street, close td
both Vancouver and Westminster city car lines; all slashed; goo.l
rich seiil; graded streets. Price $200 each; terms $25 cash, balance
$10 per month. These are the only lots left in this district'at anything like  these  prices.
There's no reason why you
should buy "cheap" imported Salt.
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more ��� is absolutely pure ��� and
goes farther.    Get  WINDSOR.
193 W
-4�� find his widow. Mrs. Hupka, a
clairvoyant, told of a seance which
she held for Mrs. Taylor. The case
is   still on   trial.
PERJURY CHARGE
IS NOT SUSTAINED
IWJ.KERR.1
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
TWO CHINAMEN CONVINCE THE
COURT THAT ACCUSATION
AGAINST   THEM   IS   UNTRUE.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������
HRE INSURANCE
WE REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING   COMPANIES:
Capital
NORTH   BRITISH   AND   MERCANTILE   $14,600,000
PHOENIX OF LONDON       13,085,493
COMMERCIAL  UNION  OF  LONDON        12,166.666
LONDON  AND   LANCASHIRE      12,166,666
LIVERPOOL AND  LONDON  AND   GLOBE        9,733,333
NORWICH  UNION        5,333,333
TOTAL
.$67,085,491
Further comment is surely not necessary.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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#*'
The charge of pnrjnry on which
Wong Sing and Ah Lee, two Chinamen, oi Agassiz, were committed for
trial, w.as heard by Judge Cane yesterday morning in the local county
court, and after hearing the greater
part of the evidence, His Honor dismissed the prisoners for lack of convicting evidence.
It   was alleged   that  tlie  Orientals
committed perjury in connection with
the   trial  of a   half-breed   in   Agassiz
some   weeks   ago,   who   was   charged
with  selling liquor io Indians,    Tho
Chinamen testified, contrary to sever-
al  other   witnesses,   that   tlie   accuse'1
man   had   heen   in  their Btore during
ta.-   time  when   the offence  was  BUp-
ppsed  to have' occurred.
W. C McQuarrie handled both case-;
, for   the   Crown,   while    .1. A.   Russell
! acted for Wong Sing, and A.  Wheal-
ler appeared for Ah rite.
WRITING
PAPERS
VV/E are opening
" another shipment of the Eaton-
Hurlburt Papeteries
High class goods.
.IV
1
1
MONTREAL TO DEPORT
UNDESIRABLE   ARRIVALS
Montreal, .Nov.  1.���The city is tak-!
ing steps   to   deport   insane   persons .
and criminals  who are sent here hy ,
��� foreign countries and who have to ^e
cared for in asylums and other places \
I of   detention.       Recently   there   have I
.been a number of cases where the city |
j has heen called upon to care for new
; arrivals to the city who wen;  insane i
i shortly after landing.   The mayor ami !
I other  civic  officials  have  determine.]
! to pul   a  stop  to  this.    According  to
the new immigrant law, vagrants, insane persons and others, who become
public charges within two years after
their arrival in the country, are ITffble
to be deported.    The law further pro-
I vides   that   transportation   companies
! either on land or sea shall return the
immigrant to where they found him,
I tit their expense.    It will be seen that
j the city is protected by the new law,
i amlthat Is Imposes binding obligations
; on   the steamship  and  railway  com-
  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    . panics,   lev   holding  them  responsible I
The Range which received the highest   possible   honors  at  the  Bewia   for   the   re-transportation    of    Imml-!
and Clark Centennial at Portland in  1905, ami of which the committee of   grants brought in by them two years
award wrote, that the Monarch was given  the highest award on the flrst   before,  if  they  are found or become
ballot, and if there had heen any higher prize offered the Monarch Range
would have received it.
I
X
L
Pocket
Knives
See   our   line   of  this
celebrated make of En-
lish Cutlery
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
J. J. MAC KAY y COS
BOOKSELLERS        STATIONERS        NEWS DEALERS
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��������������������������������������������
For Home  Comfort
Purchase the
Monarch Malleable Range
unacceptabl
HIGH   PRAISE    INDEED.       ___M
BRYSON & SONS;
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65 AGENTS
Real
baving
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price- On
this basis we save you money
on everything that druggists
sell. Our flrst aim is to supply
our trade with dependable
goods; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost- We are invariably successful in both these intentions-
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
WOMAN   WORSHIPS
IMAGE AS A GOD
Chicago, Nov. 1.���Occultism figured]
extensively   in  the   testimony    given |
yesterday in the suit of Mrs. Ada L,
Taylor Garrus to set aside the will of
Lher mother, Mrs. Elisabeth I.. Taylor. .
Mrs.  Emma A.  Russell, of Toledo, O., |
I testified that  Mrs. Taylor worshiped \
j an idol given her by Dr. Lalan, a Hin- j
Iu. who came to Chicago in 1 s;*:: as a
delegate to the congress of religions.
Mrs.  Russell  said  that    Mrs.  Taylor
frequently asked for the image, which
she worshiped as a Ood.
In a letter written to Mrs. Taylor
in lltOli and signed "Yours in truth,
Adah Jiack," was offered in evidence.
It said Mrs. Taylor's husband, who
had died twenty years previously, heUel
appeared to the writer and urged her
NEW
POST  CARDS  AT   MOREY'S
New Post Card Albumns at Morey's
New Tea Sets and China at Morey's
IT'S FINE!!
SKATING
AT
Imperial Roller
Rink
ENGLISH   BAY
Every Week Day.     Music
Afternoon and Evening
'Phone 3465
Pickard
China
JUST   RECEIVED   DIRECT FROM
STUDIO,     CHICAGO,     OUR FIRST
SHIPMENT    OF    PICKARD HAND
PAINTED CHINA.
New Goods of all Kinds Arriving daily
-AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
Golf Jackets
For Women and
Children
Ever  popular and  serviceable   these   garments   are   meeting   v. ri,
Increased favor, from season to season.    The styles now showing .
pleasing ami are being worn bj   young   and   old,   owing  to   the   comfort they ensure 1 he wearers.
Women's  Golf Jackets,  of  fine Bofl   wool,   in   plain   colors    on],    al
each       $2.00 and $2.2-:
Women's   Fancy   Golf  Jackets, in   .-. large   range  of    styles,  at, i
 $2.75 to $3.50
Women's   Norfolk  Golf  Jackets, a  Btyle  which  is  proving most  po   ;
lar  at  present,  shewn  in   all  colors, each      $4.00 to $5X0
Girls' and Boys' Jerseys and Sweaters, jeist the serviceable kinds ul
garments for school wear, thai will allow freedom of movemenl In
all game's. We have them in plain Jersey Ribs, Heavy Knii foi
Boys, and  Fancy  Patterns  for- Olrls' or Boys' wear, each... ,75c to $1
Warm Dressing   Jackets
and Gowns
There' is nothing fancy about these  gowns,   but   just   plain   eiderdown
garments which are made for comfort   and use.
Eiderdown  Dressing Jackets, three   colors,    sky,   grey   and   oa
to - - ���^________________________________________________^_H* - - - to
w
NE
Eiderdown   Dressing  Gowns, sizes 31   to   4".   each
(6.00
White Bearskin  Coats
For the Little Folk.
Made of good qualities of Bearskin cloth, guaranteed to wash well
Bhown in sizes for any child from six months to seven years o7"l
each    $2.50 to $6.00
Bearskin by the Yard, If you  wish   to make   up  your  own   coats  you
will tina the values unequalled at tlwse prices, per yd..$2.00 to $3.75
New Styles in Winter
Waists
The last of our stock of Women's
Flannelette, Cashmere, and Lustre
Waists have jusi arrived, Ask to see
them, in the Ready-to-wear Department.
Flannelette Blouses, ia fancy patterns ami colors; sizes, '.',2 to 40.
Each 75c to $1.50
Lustre Waists.��� such colors es
brown, navy, cream, fereen, cardinal,
ami black and white, all sizes. Each
$2.00 to   $5.00
Cashmere   Waists,���   Each   (3.00 to
    $4.00
SHAWLS Of every description.    Ask  to be shown our l
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
LEADERS IN  MILLINERY.
247 Columbia Street, - - New Westminster
j Electric Railway Service j
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wav
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave Uie depot every
twenty minutes Inr both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:    Cars  leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 0:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30 J
a. in.
Sunday Service hair nourty between -..30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
| British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd f
���
Investigate
at once, two new modern residences, now under construction, which we have for sale on Second street, near
Third avenue. Large lot, lin<i at, back, cement foundation and cellar, furnace and everything up-to-date.
PRICE  RIGHT���TERMS EASY.
||... House of Quality ... j
|| It Pays to Know j
���if where you can gel the lusl   In prices ami  value. vf
We  have In  stock  a  range of English Blue Serges from $16.00 .*
| lo   $25.00,   extra   good   quality, I
�� English Worsteds, in grays, with the dark tweed effect, from J
| $15.00  to $25.00. ���
Jj; If you have not seen our  new slock it   will pay you to Inspect
Iri them.
| J. Eugene Brown & Co.
IE   P. S.���"IT PAYS TO KNOW.
CASH CLOTHIERS
J
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****y*)*H*y m��>. oi
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth ��tre��t,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Westminster
Transfer Co
ifflce 'Phone 185.       Hbcd  PDone 1"
Columbia St.
Baggage  delivered    promptly to tW
pnrt of tbe city.
Light and Heavy Haulinf
Offi co-Tram Pepnt       _-^|

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